With peanut harvest underway in some areas, and others ready to start soon, Tyron Spearman reports the market is quiet right now.
With harvest underway in some areas, Tyron Spearman has a look at this week’s peanut crop update.
All eyes are on Hurricane Irma and how it will affect areas in the projected path. That includes peanut fields, as some are wondering what the best steps are here at harvest time. Tyron Spearman talked with a University of Georgia peanut specialist and got his thoughts on the best actions for now.
With harvest time getting closer, Tyron Spearman has a look at how the peanut crop is faring across the Southeast.
Looking at all of the numbers, USDA is noting high acreage and yields could push the U.S. peanut crop to an all-time high production figure. Tyron Spearman has the story.
Efforts are underway to secure enough folks to inspect peanuts during this year’s harvest. Tyron Spearman has the story.
Argentina officials are reporting abundant rains are causing many problems, including delays to their peanut harvest. Tyron Spearman reports the climate situation there has generated a major concern in the entire sector of peanut production.
While peanut harvest has started in some areas of Argentina, digging has been delayed due to rains in that country. But as Tyron Spearman reports, officials there are estimating production for this year’s crop to be up over last year.